The Haunting of Trinity

The Haunting of Trinity

Web exclusive In the Spring 2017 issue, Rolph-Bell Archivist Sylvia Lassam wrote of Trinity’s founder Bishop John Strachan, “Perhaps there are other institutions whose founder remains a palpable presence after 150 years, but I suspect it’s unusual.” But just how palpable a presence is he? Bishop Strachan died on November 1, 1867, and some say…Continue Reading

From the Editor

Welcome to the first electronic issue of Trinity magazine! This additional e-issue is intended to keep you connected to your College during the summer months – and to share content we can’t include in a print magazine. But never fear, you can still expect your print version of Trinity magazine to arrive in your mailbox every spring and fall.Continue Reading

Secret Spaces

Secret Spaces

Follow our founder, John Strachan, as he takes you into some of Trinity’s forgotten spaces and unusual places. John will be updating this page on occasion with new spaces for you to explore.Continue Reading

High Spirits

High Spirits

Though Trinity College may be an institution imbued with tradition, one from which we’ve come to expect a certain type of graduate, there’s always room for the unexpected. Among the range of notable alumni are leaders in the beverage industry, both at home and abroad, who champion local ingredients in their craft and introduce customers to their new favourite bottles. Here are six of their stories, to sip and savour.Continue Reading

She the North

She the North

Eliza Reid ’98 would never have guessed she would become First Lady of Iceland. After growing up on an Ottawa-area farm and studying international relations at Trinity, Reid met her husband, Guðni Th. Jóhannesson, at Oxford University. Guðni, a modern history professor was elected president in June 2016. Reid chats about her journey from student days to state dinners.Continue Reading

David Neelands: A Man of the People

David Neelands: A Man of the People

In 2017, Trinity’s Faculty of Divinity will mark two significant milestones: The first is the 175th anniversary of the faculty’s founding. The second is the stepping down of Trinity’s long-time Dean of Divinity David Neelands.Continue Reading

Roots and Wings

Roots and Wings

As it marks a key birthday, the Faculty of Divinity integrates a deep love of tradition with a forward-thinking mindset that puts people first.Continue Reading